I was just so terrified. Because to me, that's what music always was. It was a direct connection to my heart. It took him several months, but Grohl did start playing again, and went into a studio to record some of his own songs.
He had no band, so he sang and played all the instruments himself. I didn't want people to say, like, "Oh, that's the guy from Nirvana. Dave Grohl: Had I imagined that it would last more than a month-and-a-half, I might've named it something else.
It's the dumbest band name ever. Now 45, Grohl is not the drummer of Foo Fighters, but he is still considered one of the greatest of his generation. Nirvana was recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and its likely one day Foo Fighters will be as well. Grohl lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three young daughters.
None of them seem to care their dad is a rock star, particularly when they just want to go swimming. He doesn't like to be away from home for more than two weeks at a time but has begun a new tour and is already planning another album.
Dave Grohl: All I do is shuttle kids around in a minivan and then come down here and be in the Foo Fighters. That's it. And I'm not lying. That's true man. Foo Fighters will be returning to each of the eight cities where they recorded "Sonic Highways," but Grohl is looking forward to one city in particular.
One of his favorite memories from that week in New Orleans was when Foo Fighters gave that surprise show in the French quarter.
After playing on their own, they were joined by the legendary Preservation Hall Jazz Band. Trombone Shorty showed up late and had to borrow an old horn, but the sound was pure New Orleans. Grohl called it a "musical gumbo," a beautiful blend of sounds and styles. A true celebration of what American music is all about. His exceptional reporting on big news events has earned Cooper a reputation as one of television's pre-eminent newsmen. Foo Fighters' sound is raw, real rock 'n' roll.
No tricks. No, not to me. Not on inspections that I participated in," says Allinson, whose team was sent to find decontamination vehicles that turned out to be fire trucks. And they had cobwebs in them. Some samples were taken and nothing was found.
If Allinson doubted the satellite evidence, Thielmann watched with worry as Secretary Powell told the Security Council that human intelligence provided conclusive proof. Thielmann says that many of the human sources were defectors who came forward with an ax to grind. But how reliable was the defector information they received? Some of it came from defectors supplied by the Iraqi National Congress, the leading exile group headed by Ahmed Chalabi.
But there was a good deal more in Secretary Powell's speech that bothered the analysts. Powell claimed Saddam still had a few dozen Scud missiles.
Secretary Powell declined an interview for this broadcast. But as 60 Minutes II mentioned earlier, Powell told The Washington Post this week that he doesn't know if he would have recommended invasion if he'd know then that there were no stockpiles of weapons. But Tuesday, he added this: "The bottom line is this. The president made the right decision. He made the right decision based on the history of this regime, the intention that this terrible leader, terrible despotic leader had the capabilities on a variety of levels.
The delivery systems there were there, and nobody's debating that, the infrastructure that was there, the technical know-how that was there. The only thing we are debating are the stockpiles. Thursday marks one year since Secretary Powell's U.
In that time, Thielmann has come to his own conclusion about the presentation. Tim Atwood, "Who I Am". The Struts, "Strange Days". Beastie Boys, "Beastie Boys Music". Bootsy Collins, "The Power of One". Bruce Springsteen, "Letter To You". Ela Minus, "acts of rebellion". Joel Ross, "Who Are You? Laura Benanti, "Laura Benanti". Melody Gardot, "Sunset in the Blue".
Nothing But Thieves, "Moral Panic". Sam Amidon, "Sam Amidon". Cam, "The Otherside". Emi Makabe, "Anniversary". Elvis Costello, "Hello Clockface".
Jacquees, "P. Leslie Odom Jr. Sam Grow, "Me and Mine". Sam Smith, "Love Goes". Kylie Minogue, "Disco". Little Mix, "Confetti". Buster Brown began as a comic strip until it was bought by a shoe company and made into a old time radio show for children. The comic strip was printed between the years and and thrilled children over many generations. In the radio series, McConnell, a jovial fat man who often joked about his weight, was a former dishwasher and prizefighter.
Buster Brown, a boy who lives in a shoe, is played by Jerry Marin. Someday, GM believes, hydrogen, not oil, will power the entire United States economy. GM was pleased, but if you think it was thrilled, guess again.
Latest From "60 Minutes" H. McMaster on America's enemies, what he saw in the White House. Ed Orgeron's journey from the bayou to LSU. Pennsylvania prepares for surge in mail-in voting. Ruth Bader Ginsburg on 60 Minutes in Play Video. Previous Next.This DVD collection is really a collector's item! For its price you get the first three classic X-Mix audio tracks with a logical plus: the visuals, a weird selection of experimental and 3-d motion graphics, or as the booklet says "three hours of cutting-edge animation".